Tht NHL regular season is coming to an end. Along with that comes a variety of feelings and emotions about being a Detroit Red Wings fan. At least, in my opinion. I am certain, however, that I am not alone on this.
I have attempted to put into words my feelings about being a Detroit Red […]
For those of you, my favorite readers. who celebrate the Easter holiday….have a blessed day. Enjoy the day any way you can. HAPPY EASTER!!!
In my case, it will start by watching the Detroit Red Wings on …oh oh….NBC Sports. 😕 I was going to say something about Pierre McGuire, but seeing that Easter is a […]
In order for Andreas Lilja to come back from the injured roster, the Red Wings needed to free up some salary cap. To do this, they placed defenseman Brad May on waivers as of today, Friday February 12. I, personally, will miss watching him play. He was fantastic at letting others know he couldn’t be […]
The Detroit Red Wings had a 3-0 lead in the first period. Woohoo!! Then, the LA Kings came back. Wings lost 4-3.
Wings lost three players to IR…Miller, Eaves and Holmstrom. Miller and Eaves had ankle injuries. Holmstrom was just brought off IR and re-injured his knee. When is this going to end?
News: Wings traded Ville […]
Update: Nicklas Kronwall of the Detroit Red Wings is out for at least a month due to a MCL injury to his left knee. The injury was a result of the “tripping” by Laraque. I don’t care to know that individual’s first name.
Fact: Players were in the neutral zone. Laraque attempted to hit Kronwall and […]
First of all, let me say that prior to this season I have been on the side of the NHL officiating and referees. That is a tough job and I sure would not want it. It has to be difficult to be skating while keeping your eye on such a fast-paced sport. Plus, you’re in […]
Yesterday was the first chance in a while when I could watch a hockey game in its entirety. It was played at BC Center in Vancouver, British Columbia. The home team, Vancouver Canucks, was playing the visiting team â€“ the Detroit Red Wings.
When the Canucks scored within the first 30 seconds of the game, I […]
Get a grip. I have been listening to NHL interviews with various sports writers, announcers and analysts. There is a hub bub (speculating talk) about the Detroit Red Wings being the team to watch since they lost Hossa and other key players. â€œThe Red Wings may fallâ€ is the statement. Apparently, these â€œhockey newsâ€ individuals […]
Seasoned NHL veteran, Brendan Shanahan, has parted ways with the New Jersey Devils. According to the NHL Network and NHL Live!, Shanahan decided to not play with the team any longer since he would not be playing in the top three lines for the upcoming season.
I admire Shanahan for not just playing for the money […]
The NHL Network has an entertaining show titled â€œVintage Hockeyâ€. Many times the games are not what I would really consider vintage. Sometimes, though, there are some GREAT ones. Like yesterday…
The match-up involved two Original Six teams: Detroit Red Wings and Chicago Blackhawks. This traditional rivalry was a total delight to watch and listen to…It […]